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Is there a patch or fix for "multiple revisions locked" problem.


From: Naveen Srinivasa Murthy
Subject: Is there a patch or fix for "multiple revisions locked" problem.
Date: Tue, 04 Dec 2001 09:44:27 -0500

When u do a lock -> edit -> modify file -> commit on a cvs file
for the first time, we get an error saying "Multiple revisions
locked, please specify one."

amazingly, i checked on lots of mailing lists. There seems to be
no word about any patch/fix for CVS to solve the problem.

can anyone help? Is there a fix/workaround for this?

thanks
Naveen




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I'm a newbie and I want to know how CVS identify the user. It's the ID, the
name, a file of configuration.
I want to use the same UNIX's ID for different login. CVS can do that ?



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